Son Lux – After The Curtain Songs From The Shaping Sound Production (2017) [WEB FLAC]

Son Lux - After The Curtain Songs From The Shaping Sound Production (2017) [WEB FLAC] Download

Artist: Son Lux
Album: After The Curtain Songs From The Shaping Sound Production
Genre: Trip Hop
Year: 2017
Size: ~ 574 mb
Source: Digital Download
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Quality: lossless
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit


Under the Artistic Direction of Emmy Award winner Travis Wall, Shaping Sound is an electrifying mash-up of dance styles and musical genres brought fully to life on stage by a dynamic company of contemporary dancers.

Featuring new and reimagined musical pieces from Son Lux, Shaping Sound’s new work ‘After the Curtain’ continues to dazzle audiences with the story of a man fighting to find his creative voice after the death of his one true love.


Massive Attack – Collection (1991-2016) [FLAC]

Massive Attack - Collection (1991-2016) [FLAC] Download

Artist: Massive Attack
Album: Collection
Genre: Trip Hop
Year: 1991-2016
Size: ~ 6.46 gb
Source: CDs, Digital download
Format: FLAC (image + .cue / tracks + .cue / tracks)
Quality: lossless
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit


One of the most innovative and influential groups of their generation, Massive Attack’s hypnotic sound — a darkly sensual and cinematic fusion of hip-hop rhythms, soulful melodies, dub grooves, and choice samples — informed decades worth of acclaimed dance and rock artists including Portishead, Beth Orton, Radiohead, TV on the Radio, and Tricky, a Massive Attack alumnus.

Their history dates back to 1983 and the formation of the Wild Bunch, one of the earliest and most successful sound system/DJ collectives to arrive on the U.K. music scene. Renowned for their seamless integration of a wide range of musical styles, from punk to reggae to R&B, the group’s parties quickly became can’t-miss events for the Bristol club crowd, and at the peak of their popularity they drew crowds so enormous that the local live music scene essentially ground to a halt.

Blue Lines When the Wild Bunch folded during the mid-’80s, two of its members — Andrew “Mushroom” Vowles and Grant “Daddy G” Marshall — teamed with local graffiti artist 3D (born Robert del Naja) to form Massive Attack in 1987. Another Wild Bunch alum, Nellee Hooper, split his time between the new group and his other project, Soul II Soul. The group’s first single, “Daydreaming,” appeared in 1990, featuring the sultry vocals of singer Shara Nelson and raps by Tricky, another one-time Wild Bunch collaborator. The classic “Unfinished Sympathy” followed, as did another compelling effort, “Safe from Harm.” Finally, in 1991 Massive Attack issued their debut LP, Blue Lines. While by no means a huge commercial success, the record was met with major critical praise, and was dubbed an instant classic in many quarters. Nelson, featured on many of the album’s most memorable tracks, exited for a solo career soon after, and the group then changed its name to simply “Massive” to avoid any implication of approval for the U.N.’s policy toward Iraq.
Protection After a three-year layoff, Massive Attack — their full name now properly reinstated — resurfaced with Protection. Again working with Hooper and Tricky, they also brought into the fold vocalist Nicolette, as well as Everything But the Girl’s Tracey Thorn. Three singles — “Karmacoma,” “Sly,” and the title track — were released from the LP, which was also remixed in its entirety by Mad Professor and issued as No Protection. A lengthy tour followed, and over the next several years, Massive Attack’s solo work was primarily confined to remixes for artists including Garbage. They also worked with Madonna on a track for a Marvin Gaye tribute album. Finally, to promote their appearance at the annual Glastonbury music festival, the group issued the EP Risingson during the summer of 1997.
Mezzanine The third full-length Massive Attack effort, Mezzanine, appeared in mid-1998. In addition to reggae singer Horace Andy making his third consecutive LP appearance with the group, vocal chores were handled by the Cocteau Twins’ Elizabeth Fraser and newcomer Sara Jay. Mezzanine became a hit among critics, clubs, and the college crowds, spinning successful singles such as “Teardrop” and “Inertia Creeps.” The album topped the U.K. chart and crossed into the Top 60 of the Billboard 200 in the U.S. A tour of America and Europe followed, but Vowles left the band after disagreeing with the artistic direction of Mezzanine. Del Naja and Marshall continued as a duo, later working with the likes of David Bowie and the Dandy Warhols, but Marshall later took a brief leave of absence to raise his family; producer Neil Davidge took up the slack.
100th Window In February 2003, after a five-year wait, Massive Attack released their fourth album, 100th Window, including collaborations with mainstay Horace Andy as well as Sinad O’Connor. Danny the Dog, released in 2004, marked the group’s entry into film score work and, perhaps unsurprisingly, often sounded much more like incidental background music than a typical Massive Attack release. From there, Del Naja and Davidge scored a handful of other films — In Prison My Whole Life, Battle in Seattle, and Trouble the Water, for which they earned an Oscar nomination — but their work was credited to their real names or the pseudonym 100 Suns rather than Massive Attack. The fifth Massive Attack album, Heligoland, released in 2010, featured collaborations with Horace Andy, TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe, Elbow’s Guy Garvey, and Martina Topley-Bird. Burial remixed the album’s “Paradise Circus” and the unreleased “Four Walls” for a limited 12″ release in 2011. The group returned in 2016 with a four-track EP, Ritual Spirit, on which they were joined by Tricky, Roots Manuva, and Young Fathers. Del Naja and Heligoland contributor Euan Dickinson were credited as co-producers.


Tricky – Mixed Race (2010) [24bit FLAC]

Tricky – Mixed Race (2010) [24bit FLAC]
Year Of Release: 2010
Genre: Trip Hop, Electronic
Format: FLAC, tracks
Bitrate: lossless
Total Size: 297 MB


01. Every Day (2:25)
02. UK Jamaican [Kingston Logic] (2:43)
03. Early Bird (3:30)
04. Ghetto Stars (3:28)
05. Hakim (2:45)
06. Come To Me (3:56)
07. Murder Weapon (2:59)
08. Time To Dance (2:24)
09. Really Real (2:47)
10. Bristol To London (2:26)

Nujabes – Free Soul Nujabes – First Collection (2014) FLAC

Nujabes – Free Soul Nujabes – First Collection (2014) FLAC
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Trip Hop
Format: FLAC, tracks+.cue
Total Size: 460 MB


01. Spiritual State / Nujabes feat. Uyama Hiroto
02. Ordinary Joe / Nujabes feat. Terry Callier
03. Feather / Nujabes feat. Cise Starr & Akin from Cyne
04. A Day By Atmosphere Supreme / Nujabes
05. Luv (Sic.) Pt2 / Nujabes
06. Dawn On The Side / Nujabes
07. Kumomi / Nujabes
08. Lamp / haruka nakamura feat. Nujabes
09. The Final View / Nujabes
10. Beat Laments The World / Nujabes
11. Horizon / Nujabes
12. Don’t Even Try It / Funky DL
13. Blessing It (Remix) / Nujabes feat. Substantial & Pase Rock from Five Deez
14. Modal Soul / Nujabes feat. Uyama Hiroto
15. Hikari / Nujabes feat. Substantial
16. Reflection Eternal / Nujabes
17. After Hanabi -Listen To My Beats- / Nujabes

Portishead – Discography (1994-2008) [FLAC]

Portishead – Discography (1994-2008) [FLAC]
flac – lossless | 5.8 GB | Trip-Hop

Portishead may not have invented trip-hop, but they were among the first to popularize it, particularly in America. Taking their cue from the slow, elastic beats that dominated Massive Attack’s Blue Lines and adding elements of cool jazz, acid house, and soundtrack music, Portishead created an atmospheric, alluringly dark sound. The group wasn’t as avant-garde as Tricky, nor as tied to dance traditions as Massive Attack; instead, it wrote evocative pseudo-cabaret pop songs that subverted their conventional structures with experimental productions and rhythms of trip-hop. As a result, Portishead appealed to a broad audience — not just electronic dance and alternative rock fans, but thirtysomethings who found techno, trip-hop, and dance as exotic as worldbeat. Before Portishead released their debut album, Dummy, in 1994, trip-hop’s broad appeal wasn’t apparent, but the record became an unexpected success in Britain, topping most year-end critics polls and earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; in America, it also became an underground hit, selling over 150,000 copies before the group toured the U.S. Following the success of Dummy, legions of imitators appeared over the next two years, but Portishead remained quiet as they worked on their second album.

Named after the West Coast shipping town where Geoff Barrow grew up, Portishead formed in Bristol, England, in 1991. Prior to the group’s formation, Barrow had worked as a tape operator at the Coach House studio, where he met Massive Attack. Through that group, he began working with Tricky, producing the rapper’s track for a Sickle Cell charity album. Barrow also wrote songs for Neneh Cherry’s Homebrew, though only “Somedays” appeared on the record. Around the time of Portishead’s formation, he had begun to earn a reputation as a remix producer, working on tracks by Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle, and Depeche Mode. Barrow met Beth Gibbons, who had been singing in pubs, in 1991 on a job scheme. Over the next few years, the pair began writing music, often with jazz guitarist Adrian Utley, who had previously played with both Big John Patton and the Jazz Messengers.

Before releasing a recording, Portishead completed the short film To Kill a Dead Man, an homage to ’60s spy movies. Barrow and Gibbons acted in the noirish film and provided the soundtrack, which earned the attention of Go! Records. By the fall, Portishead had signed with Go! and their debut album, Dummy, was released shortly afterward. Dummy was recorded with engineer Dave MacDonald, who played drums and drum machines, and guitarist Utley, who rounded out Portishead’s lineup.
Both Barrow and Gibbons were media-shy — the vocalist refused to participate in any interviews — which meant that the album received little attention outside of the weekly U.K. music press, which praised the album and its two singles, “Numb” and “Sour Times,” heavily. Soon, Go! and Portishead had developed a clever marketing strategy based on the group’s atmospheric videos that began to attract attention. Melody Maker, Mixmag, and The Face named Dummy as 1994′s album of the year, and early in 1995, “Glory Box” debuted at number 13 without any radio play. Around the same time, “Sour Times” entered regular rotation on MTV in America. Within a few weeks, Dummy and “Sour Times” were alternative rock hits in the U.S. Back in the U.K., the album had crossed over into the mainstream, becoming a fixture in the British Top 40. In July, the record won the Mercury Music Prize for Album of the Year, beating highly touted competition from Blur, Suede, Oasis, and Pulp.

Following the Mercury Music Prize award, Barrow retreated to Coach House to begin work on Portishead’s second album. The self-titled record finally appeared in September 1997. The live PNYC followed late the next year. The self-titled record finally appeared in September 1997. Portishead went on hiatus starting in 1999, and Barrow, Utley and Gibbons worked on their own projects. In 2001, Barrow formed Invada Records, an experimental label that included Koolism on its roster. Barrow and Utley also recorded a cover of the instrumental rock classic “Apache” as the Jimi Entley Sound that was released as a limited edition 7″ single in 2002. The pair also worked as producers, with Barrow working under the moniker Fuzzface on Stephanie McKay’s McKay album in 2003, and Barrow and Utley co-produced the Coral’s 2005 album The Invisible Invasion. Gibbons collaborated with Rustin’ Man, a.k.a. former Talk Talk member Paul Webb on the 2003 album Out of Season (Gibbons had also appeared on a few tracks by Webb’s previous project, ORang).

Portishead reconvened in 2005, performing their first live dates in seven years, including an appearance at the Tsunami Benefit Concert in Bristol, and recording material for their next album. Their version of “Un Jour Comme un Autre (Requiem for Anna)” appeared on 2006′s Serge Gainsbourg tribute Monsieur Gainsbourg Revisted, and in 2007 the band curated the Nightmare Before Christmas All Tomorrow’s Parties festival. In 2008, a decade after their last album, Portishead returned with Third, the trio’s most challenging, unpredictable work yet.

Dummy (1994)
Glory Times (1995)
Portishead (1997)
Roseland Live NYC (1998)
Third (2008)

Extra: Roseland Live NYC [DVD] (2001)

All of the album artwork is also included. Enjoy!!!


Tricky – Adrian Thaws (Deluxe Edition) (2014) [FLAC]

Year Of Release:2014
Genre:Trip Hop
Format: FLAC, tracks+.cue+.log
Total Size: 266 MB


1.Tricky – Sun Down (feat. Tirzah) (3:40)
2.Tricky – Lonnie Listen (feat. Mykki Blanco & Francesca Belmonte) (3:16)
3.Tricky – Something in the Way (feat. Francesca Belmonte) (3:24)
4.Tricky – Keep Me in Your Shake (feat. Nneka) (3:27)
5.AJ – The Unloved (skit) (1:10)
6.Tricky – Nicotine Love (feat. Francesca Belmonte) (3:07)
7.Tricky – Gangster Chronicle (feat. Bella Gotti) (3:00)
8.Tricky – I Had a Dream (feat. Francesca Belmonte) (2:38)
9.Tricky – My Palestine Girl (feat. Blue Daisy) (3:33)
10.Tricky – Why Don’t You (feat. Bella Gotti) (3:33)
11.Tricky – Silly Games (feat. Tirzah) (3:37)
12.Tricky – Right Here (feat. Oh Land) (2:59)
13.Silver Tongue – When You Go (0:48)
14.Tricky – ESP (feat. Liz Densmore) (2:53)

Deluxe Hardcase CD Bonus
15.Tricky – Different People (feat. Francesca Belmonte) (?:??)


Recoil – Albums and Singles Collection 1988-2008 (12CD + DVD9)

Recoil – Albums and Singles Collection 1988-2008 (12CD + DVD9)

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 3.1 Gb | Complete Scans
Genre: Experimental Electronic, Ambient, Trip-Hop, Alternative | Label: Mute | Time: 08:24:55

Collection includes 5 albums and 7 singles by Recoil. Recoil is a musical project created by former Depeche Mode member Alan Wilder. Essentially a solo venture, Recoil began whilst Wilder was still in Depeche Mode as an outlet for his experimental, less pop-oriented compositions. Once he announced his departure from the group in 1995, Recoil was transformed from a small side-project into Wilder’s primary musical enterprise.

After officially splitting from Depeche Mode in 1995, longtime member Alan Wilder finally went ahead with his side project Recoil. Wilder started Recoil in 1985, but efforts were halfhearted due to his responsibilities with DM. But despite such conflicts of interest, Recoil issued a set of early demos entitled 1 + 2, which coincided with the release of DM’s 1986 album Black Celebration. As the ’80s were coming to a close, Wilder and his original bandmates were becoming international superstars with the chart-topping success of 1987′s Music for the Masses and 1990′s Violator. Subsequent Recoil EP releases such as 1988′s Hydrology and 1991′s Bloodline were naturally lost in the scope of events. In 1997 Wilder was freshly ready for Recoil, following up with the project’s first album, Unsound Methods. This album, a cathartic set of techno-bombastic scores, brought in a wide range of artists such as spoken word sassy girl Maggie Estep, Songs of Faith and Devotion session vocalists Douglas McCarthy (Nitzer Ebb) and Hildia Cambell, and Recoil mainstay Siobhan Lynch. Unsound Methods was critically labeled as “difficult” and “dark,” but it didn’t distract Wilder. Certainly that was the reaction he was searching for. Three years later, his cunning musical mystery continued on Liquid. After a long hiatus, Wilder revived the Recoil name in 2007 with the album Subhuman.

Biography by MacKenzie Wilson,


Hydrology Plus 1+2 (1988)
Bloodline (1992)
Unsound Methods (1997)
Liquid (2000)
subHuman (2007) [CD+DVD9]
Faith Healer (1992) EP
Drifting (1997) Maxi-Single
Luscious Apparatus / Drifting / Stalker / Shunt (1997) Promo EP
Stalker / Missing Piece (1998) Single
Strange Hours (2000) Maxi-Single
Jezebel (2000) Single
Prey/Allelujah (2008) Single


Neneh Cherry – Blank Project (2014) [FLAC]

  Styles: Trip-Hop, Alternative Dance, Pop-Rap, Club/Dance
  Source: WEB
  Codec: FLAC
  Bitrate: ~ 1,000 kbps
  Bit Depth: 16
  Sampling Rate: 44.1 KHz

  01 Across the Water
  02 Blank Project
  03 Naked
  04 Spit Three Times
  05 Weightless
  06 Cynical
  07 422
  08 Out of the Black (feat. Robyn)
  09 Dossier
  10 Everything

  The stepdaughter of jazz trailblazer Don Cherry, vocalist Neneh Cherry forged her own groundbreaking blend of pop, dance, hip-hop, and R&B, presaging the emergence of both alternative rap and trip-hop. She was born Neneh Mariann Karlssson on March 10, 1964, in Stockholm, Sweden, the daughter of West African percussionist Ahmadu Jah and artist Moki Cherry. Raised by her mother and her trumpeter stepfather in both Stockholm and New York City, Cherry dropped out of school at age 14, and in 1980 she relocated to London to sing with the punk group the Cherries.

  Following brief flings with the Slits and the Nails, she joined the experimental funk/post-punk outfit Rip Rig + Panic, and appeared on the group’s albums God (1981), I Am Cold (1982), and Attitude (1983). When the band broke up, Cherry remained with one of the spinoff groups, Float Up CP, and led them through one album, 1986′s Kill Me in the Morning. The band proved short-lived, however, and Cherry began rapping in a London club, where she earned the attention of a talent scout who signed her to a solo contract. Her first single, “Stop the War,” railed against the invasion of the Falkland Islands.